USC’s Marshall School of Business has a new and ambitious student.
Holding the big, thick envelope from USC Undergraduate Admissions, Katherine (pseudonym to protect student anonymity), a third-time applicant to USC Marshall School of Business, knew her dream had finally came true. Katherine had applied to USC twice before, first as a high school senior and then as a transfer student. She was rejected both times, receiving the sad decision in a standard letter envelope. But Katherine was determined.
A third-time applicant to USC Marshall School of Business, she knew her dream had finally came true.
She applied again for the third time, working tirelessly for months with our counselors. When she saw the big, thick mail package, she couldn’t be happier. But Katherine doesn’t plan to relax or take a step back. In fact, she has scheduled sessions with our counselors to discuss her transition to USC Marshall: which courses to take, which student clubs to participate in, and what resources she should take advantage of. Congratulations, Katherine! With your enterprising attitude, the world is your oyster.